Fitness + Outdoors
That once-familiar look of Colin Kaepernick smooching his bicep wasn’t entirely forgotten, but it was certainly a welcome sight for 49ers fans who have been waiting for the, umm, “romantic” embrace.
On Sunday, 30,000 runners from around the country will converge on San Francisco for the Nike Women’s Half and Full Marathon. It’s one of the most popular marathons in the country—and with good reason.
Our pitch to the Oxford Dictionary to get “Verlandered” official is still pending, but as far the Oakland A’s are concerned, they’d be happy to forget the silly would-be verb.
Anyone who’s ever biked down Valencia Street knows the joy of encountering green light after green light. You’re not just lucky for catching the green lights—the street’s designed that way.
HOT. The word carries so many meanings: passionate, sizzling, trendy, intense, and yes, sexy. But for us, it signals our favorite month. Meet the 20 movers and shakers that have us fired up this year.
In San Francisco, this is the year of the bicycle, and these people (Scott Crosby, Karen Wiener, Bret Lobree, Leah Shahum, and Heath Maddox) deserve at least some of the credit.
Deep into the Oakland night, it was a couple of kids donning yellow who struck back to put the A’s back even against the Detroit Tigers.
Judah Schiller decided he couldn’t wait for the Bay Bridge bike path to be completed, he was going to ride between Oakland and San Francisco—bike path be damned.
So, the federal government shut down. Even if you eschew all things politics, the current situation will most likely affect your San Francisco plans whether you’re a visitor or a local.